Saint Patrick is known worldwide for the day we celebrate by wearing green. Remembered as the Apostle of Ireland, there is far more to the story than just a holiday.
As a teenager, he was kidnapped by pirates, taken to Ireland and six years later miraculously escaped. Saint Patrick later returned to the country where he was held captive. But this time he was there as a missionary.
He carried a message of forgiveness and was famous for illustrating the Holy Trinity by using a shamrock. Continue reading
History has recorded many powerful words.
“I have a dream…”
“Ask not what your country can do for you…”
“…all men are created equal.” Continue reading
I know Halloween is still a month away but my kids are excited. Who could blame them? They dress up in a costume of their favorite super hero or imaginary character and get free candy from everyone they see. I remember that feeling, I loved it. I kind of wish adults could still go trick or treating.
Come to think of it, I believe I see many people of all ages doing this throughout the year.
Well, mostly on Sundays. Continue reading